Tribhuvan International Airport radar resumes operation
The radar system of Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) — the country’s only international airport — that was facing technical problem for last two days has been solved today, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) officials.
“The radar has resumed its regular operations from today afternoon,” Mahendra Singh Rawal, director at the Communications Navigation and Surviallance (CNS) Department of CAAN said. “A technical team from TIA and JICA’s experts were involved in identifying and solving the problems,” he added.
Due to the technical problem in the radar system, Procedure Control Service (PCS) was adopted to assure the air safety for two days. “In the last two days, many flights faced the delay problem due to radar problem.”(Source:THT)